Eric Stromer shows you how to remove perspiration stains from clothes for his GMC Trade Secret.
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How to Remove Perspiration Stains
Featured Pro: Eric Stromer Category: Home Improvement Time: 1:46
ERIC STROMER: Hey, I’m Eric Stromer, and this is another GMC Trade Secret. I’m going to show you the best way to remove perspiration stains from clothing.
Now, this is something that we can all use. Whether it’s a shirt or workout clothes, we’re all subject to perspiration stains on our clothing. Like most stains, the key to your success is to treat the stain as soon as possible, either right after your workout if you’re treating an exercise shirt, or at the end of the day if you’re treating a work shirt.
So what you do now is you just wet it first. You can rub it with a bar of soap. Go ahead and rinse. And if that doesn’t work, you can go ahead and add some salt right on the stain.
Now, if you have residual still, you can try making a paste out of baking soda and a little bit of water, the consistency of peanut butter. You can go ahead and let that sit on there for about 30 minutes. That’s it. Looks pretty good.
All right, a final line of defense is white vinegar. Try soaking the clothing overnight in a quarter cup of white vinegar, diluted with about three gallons of water. Check the label first, because vinegar doesn’t always do well with silk, linen or wool.
When you’re done, throw the shirt in the wash with the rest of your laundry and make sure the stain is out before you run it through the dryer or that’ll set the stain permanently.
Well, that’s it. If you find some perspiration stains in your clothing, don’t sweat it.
I’m Eric Stromer, and that’s your GMC Trade Secret.